Advanced Catch Weight Item Processing in Shipping Execution (Doc ID 1931964.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Shipping Execution - Version 12.2 and later
Oracle Warehouse Management - Version 12.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

For catch weight items as per the business need the actual weight of an item at the time of shipping might not be the same weight at which it was brought into the warehouse or vice versa. For example, items stored in frozen containers might be glazed with ice/water due to this, weight may have been increased or decreased. The expectation is the shipping application should allow to ship the quantities against the sales orders based on tolerance set for an item.

Confirm the functionality for the two scenarios mentioned below by treating them separately with the same BOH details.


Dual UOM Item Setup:

• Segment1: 0000000001
• Primary UOM: POUNDS
• Secondary UOM: CASES
• Tracking: Primary and Secondary
• Pricing: Primary
• Deviation Factor + : 3000
• Deviation Factor - : 100

Available BOH in Primary UOM: 20 POUNDS
Available BOH in Secondary UOM: 5 CASES

Organization Setup:

• Costing Method: FIFO
• WMS Enabled: Yes
• Allow Negative on hand balances: No


Sales Order Scenario 1:

• Segment1: 0000000001
• Primary Ordered Quantity: 20 POUNDS
• Secondary Ordered Quantity: 5 CASES
• Primary Shipping Quantity: 22 POUNDS (expected quantity to be shipped)
• Secondary Shipping Quantity: 5 CASES (expected quantity to be shipped)

Based on the Item/organization setup and BOH details mentioned is it possible to ship 22 pounds against the sales order? What is expected functionality?

Sales Order Scenario 2:

• Segment1: 0000000001
• Primary Ordered Quantity: 20 POUNDS
• Secondary Ordered Quantity: 5 CASES
• Primary Shipping Quantity: 18 POUNDS (expected quantity to be shipped)
• Secondary Shipping Quantity: 5 CASES (expected quantity to be shipped)

Solution

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